Category Archives: 375th Anniversary

1600 BASH

WATCH THE VIDEO CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE BASHERS! On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Sandwich 375 Committee, congratulations and great thanks the 1600s BASH Team under the brilliant leadership of Bill Daley for a remarkable 1600 BASH, … Continue reading

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The 375th

Click the links below to view photos, videos and thank-yous for our past events: BASH 1600s BASH 1700s BASH 1800s BASH 1900s DAFFODIL FESTIVAL GOLF TOURNAMENT GRAND PARADE HERITAGE DAY HISTORIC HOME TOUR MARCH FOR THE ARTS OUR TOWN PAINTSCAPING … Continue reading

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The 275th

It was 1914: Sandwich celebrated its 275th Anniversary and the opening of the Cape Cod Canal.

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The 300th

Photos courtesy of Jim Pierce and Sandwich Town Archives

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The 350th

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Historical Markers Part of Improvements Planned for Mill Creek Park.

Sandwich Okays Plan To Turn ‘Restroom Park’ Into Something More Memorable By TAO WOOLFE A gift of flowers, benches and greenery popped up among the political brambles when a volunteer group offered to beautify a scruffy grove across from Sandwich … Continue reading

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A Name for the Park at 135 Main Street

by Cindy Russell 135 Main Street has been privately owned from 1639 until 1963 when Town Meeting voted “to purchase a certain parcel of land located at Main Street, at Town Hall Square, owned by Manuel and Leona R. Jacinto … Continue reading

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The 10 Men of Saugus

“The year 1637 marks the era of the first English settlement on the Cape. The settlement at Sandwich was projected by Mr. Edmund Freeman and others who, April 3 of this year, obtained a grant from the Colony of Plymouth … Continue reading

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